#1
Is the neck supposed to be at an angle to the body?

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#2
yes. it's to counteract the bridge height.
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#3
Yeah it seems a bit odd... but had it for 2 years and it plays fine. There even might be a little gap between the neck and the body where it angles off
#4
Oh good, cheers guys. My bro has one and it suffers terrible fret buzz. I was wondering if that was why...
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#5
yes just a tad
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#6
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yes. it's to counteract the bridge height.


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